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Can-you-leave-a-heat-lamp-on-all-night-for-bearded-dragon, night temperatures for bearded dragons. so let's talk about temperatures and heating for your bearded dragon cage. at night (as in the wild) the temperature can drop down into the 70s, or even the mid 60s. so you might not need to use heat at night, depending on how your house cools at night.. So the rule for a bearded dragon’s night time temperature is that it can get cooler but not too cool, and to maintain the correct heat you have a number of options. during the day a bearded dragon will like a temperature of around 95f (35c) but at night time, you only really need to worry if the temperature drops to around 65f (18c)., so, does a bearded dragon need heat at night? probably not. if the room where you keep your lizard only drops down into to the low 70s or mid 60s (f) at night, then you might not need any nighttime heat. if your house gets cooler than that at night (like 62 or below) , you might want to use a low-wattage heat lamp to bring the cage temps up a bit..

Ideally you would mirror the daylight times of australia, although without an expensive programmable timer, this won’t be practical. instead, the basic setup is 12 hours on, 12 hours off for both uvb and the basking spot light bulb., bearded dragons heat lap should never stay on 24/7. the heat lamp and basking lamp should be on for 12 hours a day. and don't use any of the red night time heat lamps because bearded dragons can....

During the summer months you should provide your bearded dragon with a minimum of 14 – 16 hours of daytime light and uv exposure and 8 – 10 hours of nighttime exposure. during the winter months the light cycle should be decreased to 10 – 12 hours of daytime light and uv exposure and 12 – 14 hours of nighttime exposure. fluorescent bulbs., heat lamps are generally incandescent light bulbs that produce heat and light. they came in many different shapes, wattages, and applications. there are also mercury vapor bulbs and ceramic heat emitters to provide heat and to mimic the sun’s radiation.. use a heat lamp to create basking areas for the bearded dragon..

You should keep the heat lamp on at night but turn the uv light off. it is best to have a ceramic heat lamp as this provides heat but no light. if you set it up on a therastat then you can lower..., hi, i have a tortoise as well and my tortoise shy has a like a purple u.v light bought am not sure, anyways we have a heat lamp for him which we always leave on as well as the light.